More than 70 youth NFL FLAG football teams from 24 states will compete at the NFL FLAG National Championships during Pro Bowl Week in Orlando, FL.
Teams across four divisions (9-10 coed, 11-12 coed, 13-14 girls and 13-14 boys) will compete in the annual culmination of the country's premier youth flag football program. Teams qualified for the Championships by winning regional tournaments hosted by USA Football and twelve NFL team markets.
Championship games for the 9-10 coed, 11-12 coed and 13-14 girls divisions will be played Saturday, Jan. 26, at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex. The 13-14 boys championship game will be played Sunday, Jan. 27, at Camping World Stadium during the Pro Bowl pregame. NFL Pro Bowl players, Legends and special guests will serve as guest coaches for the games.
NFL FLAG players and coaches will also take part in Pro Bowl Week events, including Play Football Opening Night, the Play Football Celebrity Flag Game and the Pro Bowl game.
More than 450,000 boys and girls aged 5-17 played NFL FLAG in 2018. The dynamic, non-contact football experience lets kids enjoy the game's fun and fitness while developing team-centered skills. Indianapolis-based USA Football is the sport's national governing body and a member of the U.S. Olympic Committee.